EHRs may not help decision-making in ICU, experts say

04/29/2014 | Federal Computer Week

Using predictive analytics through EHRs may be a health care delivery game changer, but Johns Hopkins chief medical information office Dr. Peter Greene told the Federal Healthcare Forum that the complex technology remains a major hurdle for medical professionals. Columbia University's Dr. J. Michael Schmidt said EHRs were not designed for clinical decision support in the ICU and that situational awareness is needed for critical care.

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